what he told them was I was simply crashing here,not really living here.I don't think he explained the situation with my residence now being listed as his houseand my daughter being enrolled in this school.
I had a friend who moved a girl here from Canada into his apartment and the police(local) told him to try and get her to leave or good luck if she won't.They said one of them had to go since they couldn't leave a domestic situation as that...they were fighting.
As far as the legalities on whether or not he can or cannot make you leave without a formal eviction, I don't know. I can tell you that in a situation like that where he does not want you there, it will not make it better for your daughter if you continue to stay there unwanted. Wouldn't you rather uproot your daughter and move her to a much healthier environment and start a new life for the two of you? That would make more sense than staying somewhere unwanted and having your daughter in a situation where she has to watch her mother being arrested. Just my opinion. I was in a bad situation with a roommate and the best thing that I ever did was to get out of there and get myself into a better situation that was healthier for myself. I do not have kids, as of yet, but I can tell you that it would seem to be healthier for your daughter as well as yourself. Again, just my opinion. I know it sucks that you have to leave the place that you've grown accustomed to calling home, but do you really want to stay where you know that you're not wanted? I think that would be more stressful than uprooting yourself and your daughter. If I was you, I would ask for more time, because like you said, 2 days is not a lot of notice, and if you have to buy, it will take even longer than finding a place to rent. Good luck!
I just can't get past the fact that he is allowed to act like such a callous jerk.He says we'll talk when you leave,just leave peacefully.I don't feel this is right and I will do all I can to stay here until I can find us a plae nearby so that my daughter can continue the life she has grown accustomed to.
If it is his home, and he wants you to leave, apparently you are not getting along. Why do you even want to stay there unwanted? Apparently your relationship is over, he wants you out to avoid conflict, and you're just trying to hold on to anything you can. What would happen if he brought another girl home with him? Would that make you want to leave? You remind me of one of my kids ma's. Her and I lived together, then we had a big fight, so she moved out. You know where she moved? Downstairs to the spare bedroom. I kept trying to reason with her to leave so there would be no problems, no fighting, even offered to pay her deposit and first month somewhere else, but she refused to leave, simply because she wanted to constantly see what I was doing. I wasnt going to go through the courts and evict her, so after a couple drunk nights with me bringing home different girls each time, she finally got the hint, and moved out with absolutely nothing but her clothes. She even left my son there with me. I swear to god some women are so hard headed, they'd bury themselves alive to prove to the world that they know how to use a shovel. Sounds like your situation.
Bringing home different girls every night simply to prove a point?Wow,sorry you had to go through so much trouble.1 of your babies ma's?How many are there?A catch like you is I'm so sure not single at this point so I won't even bother trying to hook up with you....yeah right.First off,my daughter and I were moved in here under good circumatances,not hey don't get too comfy because if we fight you'll have to move out.So we moved in,trusting this was now our home,moved our things in and my daughter started attending the local school,making many new friends.Without warning and over a petty argument I was told I woul dhave to wake my daughter up at 11pm and be out.Funny but the thought of fighting for my home croosed my mind and that's what I did.I didn't do this or put up a fight to hold on to a man who doesn't want me.Not to feed my ego but I've NEVER had any trouble catching someones eye or finding what I needed,if it included someone else....so scratch that idea hun.Not all men are big fat studs with obsessed mates.Wow!The nerve buddy!Let's see how you react if someone comes in and says "Hey,I own this city I want to tear your house down...get out".Since you're a home owner you should be safe from having anyone tell you to simply get out...good for you.
OK, glad you made yourself feel better there. But my underlying point still remains. It was HIS home, not yours. You got in a fight, he wants you out of HIS home. You are obviously trying to hang on to something there, for you to try to live in someone elses home where you obviously arent wanted. From the legal side, I'd say he did it wrong, he should have filed an FE&D against you. From a personal standpoint, if you're not wanted in HIS home, and you can go catch someone elses eye, so you and your daughter can mooch off of them, go for it. Go work that stroll baby, be a good role model for your daughter. BIT*H, get your own.